This event is generated whenever IDP detects an AP
in its neighborhood. The ahRomoteId indicates the detected AP
MAC address, and the ahIDPCompliance indicates conformance of
IDP policy this AP satisfies. The ahIDPChannel and ahIDPRSSI
indicates the radio channel and Receive Signal Strenth Indication.
For every one minute interval, AP will monitor the interference channel utilizations
(snapshot, short term means average and running average) and CRC error rate
against their thresholds, if any one of them is above their threshold
(thresholds are settable by CLI), AP should send HM an interference alert event to HM.
AP will send out clear alert to HM only when: the last short term period s CRC-error-rate,
means average Interference CU and the last snapshot interference CU are all below their thresholds.
HiveOS will send two different kinds of traps: bandwidth sentinel alert trap, and bandwidth sentinel clear trap.
The alert trap will serve the purpose to tell HM that the client is violating the bandwidth sentinel,
the clear trap will clear the previous alert trap.
HiveOS will send two different kinds of level alert: interface level alert, and client level alert.
There are four alert types, CRC error rate, TX drop/retry rate, Rx drop rate; interface level includes all alert type,
the client level includes Tx drop/retry rate, Rx drop Rate; the 'set' alert means there is an alert raised,
with type indicated in the alert type field, the 'clear' alert means the previous alert condition has been cleared.
It is the node ID (MAC address in hexadecimal format)
of the HiveAP where the trap is generated. If a HiveAP is
configured with 2 hives, the node ID is the first MAC address
of the management interface.
It is the MAC address of the remote node. If the remote
node is a HiveAP, the ID must be the MAC address
of its management interface. If the remote node is a
client station, it must be the MAC address of the client.
bit maps to indicate which action has been taken on this client.
bit 0: indicate whether log the guaranteed bandwidth violation or not,
bit 1: indicate whether add more token to meet the minimum guaranteed bandwidth or not.
There are five types, CRC Rate only applies to interface level alert,
TX drop/retry rate is is calculated based on retries over total unicast TX frames,
RX drop rate is calculated based on the dropped RX frames over total RX frames,
Airtime percentage is the sum of both TX and RX airtime percentages.